Partners

Through our partnership programs, teachers and students have the unique opportunity to work with experts in the areas of museum education and Project-Based Learning. Our partnerships support our themed curriculum and provide hands-on instruction for students, professional development for teachers, and opportunities to communicate and learn from individuals

Cool Culture

Providing cultural arts experiences, family activities & museum visits for children and families

Studio in a School

Arts programs whereby teaching artists instruct students about various artistic mediums directly related to their units of studies in the classroom.



Lincoln Center Institute

Teaching an interdisciplinary approach to learning through the arts and utilizing "the capacities."LCI has created the Capacities for Imaginative Learning as a framework for student learning, applicable to the Common Core Standards across the curriculum. The Capacities operate as both strategies for, and outcomes of, study according to LCI's practice. 

New York Historical Society

NYHS Outreach Programs for Students and Teachers During the Society's major renovation project (April 2010-November 2011), N-YHS will bring the museum to the classroom! Students become historians as they examine objects and artifacts from the Historical Society's touch collection in curriculum-based and skills-driven programs. 

Facing History & Ourselves


Over the years Facing History has provided in-depth seminars for more than 29,000 educators. We estimate that our active teacher network reaches nearly two million students each year. 

Columbia University, Bank Street College for Education

Providing guidance & structure for effectively implementing innovative project based/inquiry based learning teaching methodologies.

Fordham University, Partnership Support Organization

Through the Center for Educational Partnerships, is proud to be one of only two institutions of higher education selected by the New York City Department of Education to serve as a Partnership Support Organization (PSO). Indeed, the Center for Educational Partnerships stands alone as the only university-based PSO providing services across the entire K-12 spectrum.

Parsons New School for Design

Professors and students of the Parsons New School for Design work hand in hand with our Administrators, Magnet Specialists and teachers to provide a variety of feedback and services in areas such as, interior design, use of space, theme integration, enrichment programs, and graphic design issues.